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¡¿OOD BUY: Eight-room plaster
ed house on Boulevard near
Norm»! school, large lot with
room for 2 more houses, nice
vard, splendid place to take PUSHING FARMERS ALONG
care of teachers or students. County Agricultural Agents are
Price only $4400. H. C. Galey feature in the scheme of America’s
65 E. Main.
63-3 the salue of their work is so well
that they are a permanent
p0R SALE: W hite Rotary Elec known
tric Sewing Machine. Cost $'6 0 agricultural
yie vast numbers of
and will take half price. Ternis farm ers who find
them of aid and
offered to responsible puichas- value, there are some
er. Write Box A care Register nothing of their work and
!f0 R SALE: Milch Goats have! their value. Just recently a farm
seven nannies two five or six er writing to the Southern Culti
year old, two two years old and vator says:
three one year old. Will sell the “ What a lot of we farm ers need
is some kind of an alarm clock or
seven for forty-five dollars.
Elbert G. Davis. R. F.D. 1 Bx. something to wake us up. I believe
l£*4 Ashland Ore.
65-2t most farm ers know what to do,
but some how they can’t seem to
/FOR SALE: White Leghorn lens get at it,” says R. M. Nolen
One hundred and twenty lay Cheatham county farmer.
ing hens, all year lings. Pric*
me for instance. I knew
twelve dollars per dozen $12.00. my “Take
Elbert G. Davis^ R. F. D. 1 and spraying but needed
I never could '<et
Bx. 194 Ashland Or.
65-2t started at it until the county agent
around and kind of pusned
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE: A came
holding a demonstra
fine little dairy farm of 20 tion on it my by place.
reckon I’d be
acres mostly in alfalfa 70 toir eating old wormy, I scrabby
were cut this season.
6 fine Milk Cows, some young yet if he hadn’t wakened me up.
stock, pigs, team, everything “Then one day he came by and
needed on a farm in the way said, “ Why don’t you terrace that
of tools and implements. 6 hillside over there?’ Well I knew
room house large barn, chicken it needed to be done, so while he
house, garage and wood houso was there we just marked it off
fine well of w ater with wind and I put some terraces around it.
mill or gasoline pump. W ater in Last winter it didn't wash a bit.
the house. Family orchard 1-3 “I’d been wanting some alfalfu
mile to Talent High school. Call so a year ago last June I asked
at 96 Laurel street or Phone the county agent if my land would
63-1 Mo. grow it and he said, ‘Sure! All It
takes is summer fallowing, lime
IFOR SALE: Smith Quality White» manure, acid phosphate, plenty of
Leghorns are bred to lay. bound seed and inoculation: but you
to pay, and delivered to yout want to seed it this fall.’ I did
brooder at live and let liv* what he said an dthis year I cut-
prices. Chix 15c each, $140 pe« three tons per acre from my alfa'*
thousand. Why pay more? Save fa field.
$5 per thousand more by order* “ The agent told me I ought to
ing before Jan 1. Our best dates
some of my fields and have
are always gone before that lime
more acres of clover to build up
time. Reserve yours now.
the soil, I started in and now
Oak street, Phone 295-R
there 30 or 40 acres out there in’
6 4-4-t red
clover, sweet clover, Jap clov
FOR SALE: Manzanita and Oakj er, alfalfa etc. I’ll sure have to get
wood, light single buggy and some more livestock to eat that
harness. Plough, work harness, hay crop.
and many other useful articles. “ In the spring oi 1920 I beat
P. F. Amer. Rt. 2 Bx 64
him to it. He came by one day and
I should use certified
.BUSINESS FOR SALE: Good seed me
better fertilizer under
fe ll established small business
sweet potato crop and I told
easily handled. $1600 will buy. my
him that I ’d already decided t'<
H. C. Galey 65 East Main st. do
and had ordered my seed
63-3 and so fertilizer.
At harvesting time
FOR SALE: Birdseye maple three 1 took out my seed, and culls and
quarter bed complete with m at potatoes for home use and placed
tress and springs. Best quality about 200 bushels of U. S. No. 1
and like new4 $50.00.
potatoes in the community storage
111 Laurel street.
Many cherry trees, especially in
WANTED: Home Laundry work young orchards, were practically ;
wanted. 235 Fifth street. 57-10t defoliated in Oregon last season j
by tiie pear and cherry slug. The
FOR SALE HOUSES
slimy green worms usually feed
the underside of the leaves.
FOR SALE: or will exchange for
property in or near Santa Rosa, Thorough cultivation in the fall os
Calif., or for new car. Lot 6, early spring will destroy many of
Blk. 11 Van Ness avenue. 100 the silken cocoons in the ground-.
x200 all street work done. Mrs. A spray contaning leadarsenate,
C. L. Hawley, Santa Rosa. Cal. 2 pound: and hydrated lime, 2 lb;
to the 100 gallons of water will
Rt. 2 Bx 491.
control this pest after it makes it»
FOR RENT HOUSES
apeparance on the leaves, says the
pOR R EN T: 6 room Modern house experiment station.
l i l Bush Street. Phone 2S9 J.
It is extremely important that
FOR RENT: Apartm ents for rent all alfalfa and red clover seed bo
Enquire 167 East Main street. tested for purity. Many sampli«
legumes seed carry dodder.
FOR RENT: Five room furnished of
22 per cent of the al
house, 239 Second street. In falfa spring
tested at the'
quire at 713 Oak street.
Oregon Experiment station labor
FOR RENT: Furm snea Ho usî. atory contained dodder, a parasi*
tic plant which practically ruin-
the yield of either alfalfa or re.»
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE clover.
WANTED: Men or woman want*
work. 235 Fifth street. 57-18-p While pruning of fruit trees, the I
workers needs to keep a sharp j
lookout for the white flat egg j
Entertain Bank Employee»
The officers of the Citizen’s clusters of the tussock moth and |
Bank of Ashland entertained pm* the smoth black tiny encircling!
ph-yees Monday evening. Decem clusters of the ten caterpillar, say*
ber 26. with a six o’clock banquet the experiment station. The *
clusters should be removed and :
*t the Lithia Spring’s hotel.
The table decorations were in killed by putting them in a can
keeping with the time and affair of kerosene or by burning. A Fit*
|w?r entertainm ent feature- had tie vigilance at this time may
been planned beforehand by the save severe injury to the tree»
ladies which were most appropri- next spring and may also save tho
*te to the season and provoked cost of a spray application.
touch merrim ent among the guests.
Those present at tha delightful Cutting down the im oun: of hay
and giving a succtilen. feed to
»ffair were Mr. and Mr*. V. O.
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engle, sheep in districts where large j
•Wr. and Mrs. S. A. Peters Jr., bands are fed. is very desirable,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson finds the experiment station. Suc
*od Misses Emma Jenkins and culent feeds have a mild laxativ»' |
effect which is quite beneficial to
the breeding ewe. Allowing the
F. L. N utter local real etsat« sheep out to graze when possiblt
dealer sold 40 acres of land near i- another point in management
Talent to C. McHarry of Talent. which from now on may save con
siderable loaa at lambing time.
Fifty-eight Clackamas County Norton canneries at Suthcrlin
r°ad districts vote $174.930 spe and Roseburg have parked about
90.000 ra « * this year.
We take great pleasure in introducing two of
the peppiest “gogettiest” fellows we have
ever seen. Here they are—
He’s glad to
know you and
he’ll show you
how pleased he
is by going
through t h i s
like him and
boost for him
when you see
The other and
nnt member of
co mb itia tion-
He takes no
back s e a t
when it comes
to action and
he’ll knock a
few prices "a
flying" of the
When these two chaps get together they make the fur fly. money saving to every woman in the community. Come in
You should have seen them bustling through the store mark and take advantage of the work of these two hustlers. This
ing down prices in all lines. Each tried to out do the other, page shows some of the many prices they’ve lowered, but
they’ve kept plenty up their sleeves.
and results are amazing—and
‘THAT’S AN AWFUL SLAUGHTER YOU’RE MAKING ON PIECE GOODS” said Nip to Tuck
‘‘Sure is," Said Tuck—
For instance, here are examples from the silk
and wash goods sections where Tuck pushed
and he didn’t forget merchandise of utmost
utility eitheir. Cast your glances on the de
down prices just as far as he could.
struction of prices in—
Buy Now For Spring!
$2.76 to $3.50 Values ..
$3.75 to $5.00 values nip
Washable Crepe, $1.35
Georgette Crepe $1.35
flat Crepe at $1.98
Seaside Crepe $2.25
See the great assortm ent of
wash goods, 50c to 75c val
ues now out for final close
out at 331y^c per yard.
Prints, Suitings, Lingerie
3 YARDS $1.00
Reckless Price Cutters Are They
$7.95 Raincoats, now
$8.95 Duro Gloss Coats,
All Silk 10-rlb Umbralla with am.
her tips, now
16 ri^ Silk Umbrella
10 rib Glovia Silk, whicty was
closely priced at $3.95, now $3.45
$7.50 Silk Umbrellas.
Yards and yards of laces, dress trimmings,
fringes, etc, whetted their enthusiasm. ‘‘Cut
them half,” said Tuck. So for January Clear
ance takeaway width or quality of lace or any
trimming braid at half its original mark.
ped to $1.*5
Tucked down to $1.49
Broadcloth, Velour, Grey
and rust Newsheen Twill,
tricotines and several pat
terns in fancy plaids and
stripes, 50 to 50 inch goods
all, of course at much less
than cost to close-out before
40-inch Wool Crepe, 44-in.
Poiret twill and 54-inch
stripe novelty worsteds
rather than invoice them at
69c Baby Flannel,
$1.15 Baby Flannel. .. 75c
Yarn prices have one-third nipped off
$1.19 Bath Robe- Flannell
$1.39 Velvet, 18-inch width,
Tuck away saving of one-third on ribbons
in dark colors ............... 89c
‘You Ought to Grab These in a Hurry!”
New Low Price Markings On—
l eW’N ■
15 Coats Sports styles or ve
lour, fur trimmed $16.75 to
$19.75 values ...........$10.95
A wonderful lot of both
sport & dress coats $24.50 to
$39.75 values. ........’..$16.95
A group of fine dress coats
$4h.00 to $54.50 val. $29.75
“ I find that stores that boast the
biggest price cut marked them
higher than yours to begin with,
Mr. McGee,” says Nip
“T hat’s very true, Nip, but do
your utmost. Forget the cost.”
40 dresses, crepe satins, flat
crepes and wool jersevs—
$16.75 to $19.75 val $10.95
25 dresses mostly Peggy O’
Dare and Louise A Icott dres
ses, crepe satins, georgette
and velvet combinations.—
$24.50 & $29.75 val. $ 17.85
25 misses and women’s Peg-
gy O’Dare and Louise Al-
cott dresses, $34.50 to $44 -
50 values at
$ 1 49
$1.35 to $1.45 values
cut again to 69c
last “rather than invoice”
price on 36 to 39 inch wool
bnstiste, cashmere, fancy
worsteds and white ground
“Folk», Folk», Folk»—Pocket
— For They're Larger Now Than Ever—
W hatever you want to wear, from head to toe ha»
been “gone over" by Tuck and the price» radically
reduced. They don’t want to invoice *o much good*
when someone need* them.
$2.50 Gossard Corselette
C a rte r-
Ray on U n d e r w e a r
$1.00 vests, broken lines of sizes and
rolors to close out quickly at 69»
$1.75 Bloomer* .